Bristol board talks legislation, makes appointment

BRISTOL — At their Monday evening meeting, the Bristol selectboard listened to citizen complaints about the planning commission and handled a number of more routine matter.
Specifically, the board:
•  Met briefly with Rep. Mike Fisher, D-Lincoln, and Rep. David Sharpe, D-Bristol. Selectmen told them that what it needed most from their local legislators is help pushing the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) along on several infrastructure projects in the town, particularly the three bridges on the board’s top five priority list: the Stoplight Bridge on Route 116, the South Street Bridge and the Hewitt Street Bridge.
Board members asked the legislators to attend their next meeting on Dec. 5, when members of VTrans and other local legislators, like Rep. Diane Lanpher, D-Vergennes, will be present.
•  Appointed Dave Cobb to the town energy committee.
•  Were told that experts are inspecting potential leaks to the town’s water system. 

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